Our 20 Favorite Images from the Self Service Online Archives

Yesterday, Self Service, the hit French fashion magazine with an insider tilt, relaunched its website with full archives. The goal was to create a database of everyone that's ever been in Self Service. It's like an online encyclopedia filled with people who are really, really important in the fashion industry. (Seriously, there's an index.) Now you know I love a good online archive, so I spent yesterday afternoon scouring Self Service's to bring you the most iconic, weirdest, and captivating photos from the book's 16 year history. While my computer's hard drive is now 25% covered in images of Hannelore Knuts, I've managed to pull out 20 photos that are particularly noteworthy. But don't rely on me entirely. After checking out my edit, go to Self Service's new site and find out for yourself.
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Yesterday, Self Service, the hit French fashion magazine with an insider tilt, relaunched its website with full archives. The goal was to create a database of everyone that's ever been in Self Service. It's like an online encyclopedia filled with people who are really, really important in the fashion industry. (Seriously, there's an index.) Now you know I love a good online archive, so I spent yesterday afternoon scouring Self Service's to bring you the most iconic, weirdest, and captivating photos from the book's 16 year history. While my computer's hard drive is now 25% covered in images of Hannelore Knuts, I've managed to pull out 20 photos that are particularly noteworthy. But don't rely on me entirely. After checking out my edit, go to Self Service's new site and find out for yourself.
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Yesterday, Self Service, the hit French fashion magazine with an insider tilt, relaunched its website with full archives. The goal was to create a database of everyone that's ever been in Self Service. It's like an online encyclopedia filled with people who are really, really important in the fashion industry. (Seriously, there's an index.) Now you know I love a good online archive, so I spent yesterday afternoon scouring Self Service's to bring you the most iconic, weirdest, and captivating photos from the book's 16 year history. While my computer's hard drive is now 25% covered in images of Hannelore Knuts, I've managed to pull out 20 photos that are particularly noteworthy.

But don't rely on me entirely. After checking out my edit, go to Self Service's new site and find out for yourself.

Marc Jacobs, Wes Anderson, and Jarvis Cocker photographed by Katya Rahlwes

Marc Jacobs, Wes Anderson, and Jarvis Cocker photographed by Katya Rahlwes

Kate Moss and her daughter, photographed by Juergen Teller, styling by Zoe Bedeaux

Kate Moss and her daughter, photographed by Juergen Teller, styling by Zoe Bedeaux

Marc Jacobs by Juergen Teller

Marc Jacobs by Juergen Teller

Carmen Kass photographed by Katja Rahlwes, styling by Suzanne Koller

Carmen Kass photographed by Katja Rahlwes, styling by Suzanne Koller

Karl Lagerfeld by Jean Baptiste Mondino

Karl Lagerfeld by Jean Baptiste Mondino

Eniko Mihalik photographed by Inez and Vinoodh, styling by Ana Steiner

Eniko Mihalik photographed by Inez and Vinoodh, styling by Ana Steiner

Carine Roitfeld shows off her assets in a Polaroid by Ezra Petronio

Carine Roitfeld shows off her assets in a Polaroid by Ezra Petronio

Jerry Hall makes a face for Ezra Petronio\'s lens.

Jerry Hall makes a face for Ezra Petronio\'s lens.

Chloe Sevigny by Patrick O\'Dell.

Chloe Sevigny by Patrick O\'Dell.

Lee McQueen by Ezra Petronio.

Lee McQueen by Ezra Petronio.

Kristen Owen photographed by Nathanel Goldberg, styled by Emmanuelle Alt.

Kristen Owen photographed by Nathanel Goldberg, styled by Emmanuelle Alt.

Old-school Olivier Zahm by Ezra Petronio.

Old-school Olivier Zahm by Ezra Petronio.

Liz Taylor tries to steal Iman's jewels, snapped by Roxanne Lowit

Liz Taylor tries to steal Iman's jewels, snapped by Roxanne Lowit

Everyone\'s favorite, Alber Elbaz photographed by Roger Deckerr.

Everyone\'s favorite, Alber Elbaz photographed by Roger Deckerr.

Anouck Lepère photographed by Katja Rahlwes.

Anouck Lepère photographed by Katja Rahlwes.

Terry Richardson turns the camera on himself, styled by Christopher Niquet.

Terry Richardson turns the camera on himself, styled by Christopher Niquet.

Tara Subkoff photographed by Jessa Craig Martin.

Tara Subkoff photographed by Jessa Craig Martin.

Yves Saint Laurent by Jean Baptiste Mondino.

Yves Saint Laurent by Jean Baptiste Mondino.

The staff of V at their headquarters with founders James Kaliardos, Cecilia Dean, and Stephen Gan. Photographed by Jason Smith.

The staff of V at their headquarters with founders James Kaliardos, Cecilia Dean, and Stephen Gan. Photographed by Jason Smith.

Stella Tennant styled by Joe McKenna, photographed by Inez and Vinoodh

Stella Tennant styled by Joe McKenna, photographed by Inez and Vinoodh